On May 12, 2022, another networking event of the BMBF funding measure “”Human-Technology Interaction for Digital Sovereignty”” took place. Here, the project consortia of the Digital Autonomy Hub came together and reported on the latest developments in their projects. And of course, A-Digikomp took part as well. Christian Böffel (RWTH Aachen) presented the current project status on behalf of the consortium leadership and participated in the subsequent plenary discussion with Stefan Hoffmann (Serious Games Solutions). All participants were able to gain helpful impressions and suggestions in an exciting exchange with other projects. The focus were the three topics “Playful approaches to learning”, “Using health data in a determined way” and “Visualizing data protection”.